Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Happy 2018!

Happy 2018 to all our wonderful customers! We met so many of you in 2017 at the Pike Place Market and at Issaquah Salmon Days! We hope to see you both places again in 2018! We had fun doing some custom work for the rooms and the Rider restaurant at the beautiful, completely refurbished HOTEL THEODORE (formerly the Roosevelt) and continue to add to our online store. We also want to thank all our wonderful ONLINE STORE customers all over the United States!

Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook which is where we post our most recent up-to-date photos of our newest merchandise and any new designs!

Some changes for 2018:

1. We will be doing wholesale custom work all year long. Please provide resale number and business name/EIN with any inquiries. As of 2018, we are no longer doing retail custom orders.

2. We will be open 6 days a week at the Pike Place Market in January and February. Wednesdays - Mondays. Beginning in March, we will be open 7 days a week. Please always check our Facebook page prior to making a special trip as that's where we post any last-minute days off!

3. We have created a wait-list for out of stock items! If the item you want is sold out, please email shawn@stickmanleather.com to be invoiced when the item is back in stock! (Include your city/state with your inquiry).



2 comments:

  1. Where are you now at the Pile place? Bought a cross body from you years ago and still use it! I went back last year to see you and you must have moved to a different spot

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  2. The Pike Place Market craftspeople sign up every single morning at roll call to get their spot. Which means we move around to different areas at the North End of the Market. Sometimes we are on the Desimone Bridge, sometimes in the new arcade, sometimes further North on the slabs. March through December we usually have someone there, selling 7 days a week. Best place to get that information is on our Facebook Page. Where we post if there will NOT be someone selling on a particular day.

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